M.Div., Andover Newton Theological School
The Reverend Felix Carrion is presently serving as the Interim Minister at Hough’s Neck Congregational Church in Quincy, MA. He is also serving as a consultant, preacher and keynoter. Rev. Carrion brings to his work a commitment to the empowerment of clergy and lay for effective ministry and witness in Church and society. In his work, he weaves together head and heart, as well as faith and justice.
For close to five years Rev. Carrion served as the Coordinator of the Stillspeaking Ministry of the United Church of Christ (UCC). In this capacity he directed the “God is still speaking” national messaging, marketing and identity campaign. His efforts were guided by a close collaboration with the Local Churches, Conferences and Covenanted Ministries of the UCC.
Born in New York City, Carrion earned a Masters of Divinity degree (1986) from Andover Newton Theological School where he graduated valedictorian of his class. He also has studied in several seminars at Oxford (England) University and in Seminaries in Managua, Nicaragua and San Jose, Costa Rica.
Carrion is married to Dannette Costas-Carrion. His two sons are Lucas and Aaron.